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  • DC Animated Universe
  • DC animated universe
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  • This continuity is also sometimes referred to as the Timmverse (after Bruce Timm, the continuity's most consistent creative influence) and in the past, the Diniverse (after Paul Dini, who has mostly departed from Warner Bros. Animation).
  • The DC Animated Universe (DCAU) is the animated universe (or multiverse) shared by the animated DC comic characters. It consists of original series (Teen Titans, Batman: The Animated Series) as well as adaptions of certain comic books. Note that not all animated adaptions are part of the DCAU (though most are).
  • The DC Animated Universe (aka DCAU) is a fan term that refers to a series of popular animated television series and related spin-offs produced by Warner Bros. Animation which share the same continuity. Most of these series are adapted from DC Comics properties. This continuity is also sometimes referred to as the Timmverse (after producer Bruce Timm, the continuity's most consistent creative influence) and in the past, the Diniverse (after writer Paul Dini, who had mostly departed from Warner Bros. Animation when Justice League was in production).
  • [[wikipedia:Image:DCAU.jpg|thumb|270px|An image of many of the DCAU heroes, as seen in the Justice League Unlimited episode "Dark Heart."|]] The DC animated universe (DCAU) is a fan term for a series of popular animated television series and related spin-offs produced by Warner Bros. Animation which share the same continuity. Most of these series are adapted from DC Comics properties. This continuity is also sometimes referred to as the Timmverse (after producer Bruce Timm, the continuity's most consistent creative influence) and in the past, the Diniverse (after writer Paul Dini, who had mostly departed from Warner Bros. Animation when Justice League was in production).
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  • This continuity is also sometimes referred to as the Timmverse (after Bruce Timm, the continuity's most consistent creative influence) and in the past, the Diniverse (after Paul Dini, who has mostly departed from Warner Bros. Animation).
  • The DC Animated Universe (DCAU) is the animated universe (or multiverse) shared by the animated DC comic characters. It consists of original series (Teen Titans, Batman: The Animated Series) as well as adaptions of certain comic books. Note that not all animated adaptions are part of the DCAU (though most are).
  • The DC Animated Universe (aka DCAU) is a fan term that refers to a series of popular animated television series and related spin-offs produced by Warner Bros. Animation which share the same continuity. Most of these series are adapted from DC Comics properties. This continuity is also sometimes referred to as the Timmverse (after producer Bruce Timm, the continuity's most consistent creative influence) and in the past, the Diniverse (after writer Paul Dini, who had mostly departed from Warner Bros. Animation when Justice League was in production).
  • [[wikipedia:Image:DCAU.jpg|thumb|270px|An image of many of the DCAU heroes, as seen in the Justice League Unlimited episode "Dark Heart."|]] The DC animated universe (DCAU) is a fan term for a series of popular animated television series and related spin-offs produced by Warner Bros. Animation which share the same continuity. Most of these series are adapted from DC Comics properties. This continuity is also sometimes referred to as the Timmverse (after producer Bruce Timm, the continuity's most consistent creative influence) and in the past, the Diniverse (after writer Paul Dini, who had mostly departed from Warner Bros. Animation when Justice League was in production).